Book Unbound, Chicago (exhibition)


On April 26th, 1995, Space Dreams, a 2-channel projected slide installation I created for Book Un-Bound opened in Chicago. Book Unbound was  a group exhibition curated by Michele Wyckoff and Iain Muirhead for Gallery X / Student Union Galleries at the School of the Art Institute of Chicago. The exhibition ran from April 26th – May 26th, 1995.

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Inner Monster, Betty Rymer Gallery, Chicago (film installation)

I exhibited Inner Monster, at the Betty Rymer Gallery in Chicago from February 10th, through March 29th, 1995 as part of Cheap Art. Cheap Art was a juried exhibition of work created from inexpensive media and materials. Inner Monster was a stop-motion self portrait with animated mud mask created on a super-8 camera and displayed as a repeating single channel video installation.

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What is Your Gender? (video art)

1994-WIYG-Screenshot-3up What is Your Gender? 1994

On Saturday, December 10, 1994, I screened What is your Gender? a single channel video piece at the School of the Art Institute of Chicago as part of the 4-D Extravaganza. What is Your Gender? deconstructed gender as an arbitrary, non-consensual means of identification inflicted upon individuals starting before birth.  Continue reading “What is Your Gender? (video art)”

Newsday, Long Island, NYC

On February 3, 1994, I was interviewed for Newsday, a Long Island / NYC newspaper, about the passage of The Gay and Lesbian Student Rights Law.  

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Bay Windows 12/23/93

Marsian De Lellis, Adelaide Goetz, Chris Hannon,
Lauren Davindson, Sarah Lonber-Lew, David La Fontaine

On December 23, 1993, Bay Windows covered the passage of legislation I worked on to protect LGBGTQ students in Massachusetts.

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New York Times

On December 8th, 1993, the New York Times printed , which covered work I had been doing on the Gay and Lesbian Student Rights bill to protect the civil rights of LGBTQ students in Massachusetts public schools.

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WFNX, Boston

On October 12, 1993, I was a guest on 101.7 WFNX Boston where I spoke about my work on the Gay and Lesbian Student Rights Bill and what it is like to be queer in high school.

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Harvard Graduate School of Education (speech)

In August, 1993 I advocated for LGBTQ youth at Harvard Graduate School of Education through BAGLY, speaking about harassment in public school based.

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